2022 Hyundai Kona

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14 Service Alerts for 2022 Hyundai Kona

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July 14, 2022 100000 POWER TRAIN

If you are servicing an applicable vehicle with a ⿿Check Engine⿝ light on and one or more of the DTC listed on Page 2, follow the repair procedure and perform the diagnosis. If necessary, replace the High Flow electric oil pump (HF

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July 14, 2022 190000 TIRES

Effective June 2, 2008, Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 110 (FMVSS 110) established a threshold for correcting load carrying capacity information indicated on tire placards when vehicle weight has been increased before retail sale

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July 28, 2022 060000 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING

Follow the guidelines outlined in this bulletin to inspect and clean or replace certain components of the engine intake system accordingly during engine short block or sub-assembly replacement.

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June 3, 2022 010000 STEERING

Certain vehicles may develop a bearing noise within the Motor Driven Power Steering (MDPS) column worm shaft assembly. If bearing noise is heard, follow the procedure in this bulletin to replace the worm shaft bearing.

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May 16, 2022 010000 STEERING

N Vehicles are designed to maximize dynamic steering performance. In normal Ackerman steering geometry, the inner front tire turns more than the outer tire to help cornering in low-speed situations, i.e., parking lot maneuvering or sharp U-

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May 16, 2022 190000 TIRES

N Vehicles are designed to maximize dynamic steering performance. In normal Ackerman steering geometry, the inner front tire turns more than the outer tire to help cornering in low-speed situations, i.e., parking lot maneuvering or sharp U-

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May 16, 2022 200000 WHEELS

N Vehicles are designed to maximize dynamic steering performance. In normal Ackerman steering geometry, the inner front tire turns more than the outer tire to help cornering in low-speed situations, i.e., parking lot maneuvering or sharp U-

Click to view a copy of the full alert on NHTSA's website (select "Manufacturer Communication")

April 8, 2022 010000 STEERING

Certain vehicles may develop a bearing noise within the Motor Driven Power Steering (MDPS) column worm shaft assembly. If bearing noise is heard, follow the procedure in this bulletin to replace the worm shaft bearing.

Click to view a copy of the full alert on NHTSA's website (select "Manufacturer Communication")

April 8, 2022 010000 STEERING

Certain vehicles may develop a bearing noise within the Motor Driven Power Steering (MDPS) column worm shaft assembly. If bearing noise is heard, follow the procedure in this bulletin to replace the worm shaft bearing.

Click to view a copy of the full alert on NHTSA's website (select "Manufacturer Communication")

March 31, 2022 060000 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING

On certain 2021 Elantra and 2022 Kona vehicles equipped with 2.0L engine, a coolant leak at the Water Temperature Sensor (WTS) may be observed due to machining burrs at the mounting port of the cylinder head, resulting in improper coolant

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January 12, 2022 100000 POWER TRAIN

Certain vehicles equipped with 7-speed Double Clutch Transmissions (DCT) may exhibit abnormal shifting caused by an out of specification input shaft snap ring. This bulletin outlines the procedures for inspecting for 1-2 or 2-1 shift shoc

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January 12, 2022 350000 EQUIPMENT

Certain vehicles equipped with 7-speed Double Clutch Transmissions (DCT) may exhibit abnormal shifting caused by an out of specification input shaft snap ring. This bulletin outlines the procedures for inspecting for 1-2 or 2-1 shift shoc

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October 1, 2021 010000 STEERING

Certain vehicles may develop a bearing noise within the Motor Driven Power Steering (MDPS) column worm shaft assembly. If bearing noise is heard, follow the procedure in this bulletin to replace the worm shaft bearing

Click to view a copy of the full alert on NHTSA's website (select "Manufacturer Communication")

June 7, 2021 060000 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING

This bulletin provides information related to the ECU (Engine Control Unit) software update for KONA (OS) 2.0L vehicles. This update revises the logic of idle fuel adaptive range to prevent idle combustion instability.

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